If you run a catering business, keeping your kitchen's flooring in good condition should be one of your top priorities. Damaged or unsuitable flooring can cause serious issues with hygiene and employee safety, and may even cause your business to be shut down until the flooring is replaced.
If your catering kitchen's flooring has seen better days and needs to be replaced, epoxy flooring is an ideal solution. Here are four reasons to choose epoxy flooring over other materials commonly used in commercial kitchens.
Limestone is a popular choice for flooring because of its natural stone appearance, but it will need proper maintenance if you are to keep it at its best. Fortunately, it is very easy to keep it in good condition.
Seal the limestone
Firstly, your limestone floor will need to be sealed to give it a protective layer. Limestone is a very porous material that will soak up any spillage and can become stained.